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Stereo DOV: A Non-Invasive, Non-Destructive Way to Study Fis

It?s more important than ever for us to have accurate information to help marine conservation efforts. Jordan Goetze and his colleagues have provided ...
13-06-2019 16:05

Using Molecular Power to Reconstruct Hyperdiverse Food Webs

Post provided by JORDAN CASEY Coral Reefs: The Ocean?s Most Extravagant Buffet There are an estimated 830,000 species on coral reefs worldwide. At som...
11-06-2019 16:05

Analysing Big Datasets while Answering Big Ecological Questi

Post provided by LAURA GRAHAM and THEONI PHOTOPOULOU Last week we heard about the importance of small conferences from Natalie Cooper. Hopefully she i...
04-06-2019 16:05

In Praise of Small Conferences

Post provided by NATALIE COOPER Conferences come in many shapes and sizes, from mega-conferences like the Ecological Society of America (ESA) or Evolu...
29-05-2019 16:05

Assessing Sea Turtle Populations: Can We Get a Hand From Dro

Post provided by PATRICK GRAY Understanding animal movement and population size is a challenge for researchers studying any megafauna species. Sea tur...
23-05-2019 16:05

Where do Animals Spend Their Time and Energy" Theory, S

Post provided by MATT MALISHEV (@DARWINANDDAVIS) Changes in temperature and available food determine where and when animals move, reproduce, and survi...
22-05-2019 16:06

Early Spring: Predicting Budburst with Genetics

Below is a press release about the Methods in Ecology and Evolution article ‘On the importance of accounting for intraspecific genomic relatedne...
17-05-2019 16:05

ViXeN: View eXtract aNnotate Multimedia Data

Post provided by Kadanbari Devarajan At a time when data is everywhere, and data science is being talked about as the future in different fields, a me...
14-05-2019 16:07

Scant Amounts of DNA Reveal Conservation Clues

Below is a press release about the Methods in Ecology and Evolution article ‘Empowering conservation practice with efficient and economical geno...
09-05-2019 16:06

Editor Recommendation: Quantitative Evolutionary Patterns in

Post provided by ROB FRECKLETON The study of interactions and their impacts on communities is a fundamental part of ecology. Much work has been done o...
03-05-2019 16:04

Issue 10.5: Movement Ecology, Palaeobiology, Monitoring and

The May issue of Methods is now online! The May issue of Methods in Ecology and Evolution is absolutely packed! We’ve got a new ecoacoustics met...
02-05-2019 16:06

2018 Robert May Prize Winner: Laura Russo

The Robert May Prize is awarded annually for the best paper published in Methods in Ecology and Evolution by an Early Career Researcher. We?re delight...
29-04-2019 16:05

Volunteer Ornithological Survey Shows Effects of Temperature

Below is a press release about the Methods in Ecology and Evolution article ‘Incorporating fine?scale environmental heterogeneity into broad?ext...
26-04-2019 16:05

Using Experimental Methodology to Determine Grassland Respon

Post provided by Heather Hager In the second chapter of Grasslands and Climate Change – Methodology I: Detecting and predicting grassland change...
25-04-2019 03:22

What Biases Could Your Sampling Methods Add to Your Data&quo

Post provided by ROGER HO LEE ??????????? Have you ever gone fishing" If so, you may have had the experience of not catching any fish, while the ...
25-04-2019 03:22

How Can Understanding Animal Behaviour Help Support Wildlife

Below is a press release about the Methods in Ecology and Evolution article ‘A novel biomechanical approach for animal behaviour recognition usi...
25-04-2019 03:22

Introducing fishtree and

This post was originally published on Jonathan Chang’s blog. In our recent publication (Rabosky et al. 2018) we assembled a huge phylogeny of ra...
25-04-2019 03:22

Issue 10.4: Bayesian Models, Isoscapes, Camera Traps and Mor

The April issue of Methods is now online! This month we’re thinking about hierarchical Bayesian models and Approximate Bayesian Computation, imp...
25-04-2019 03:22

Studying Wild Bats with Small On-Board Sound and Movement Re

Post provided by LAURA STIDSHOLT The way that bats acrobatically navigate and forage in complete darkness has grasped the interest of scientists since...
25-04-2019 03:22

Phylogenetic Tip Rates: How Well Can We Estimate Diversifica

Post provided by Pascal Title and Dan Rabosky Within the tree of life there are differences in speciation and extinction rates over time and across li...
25-04-2019 03:22


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25-04-2019 03:22

Revisiting Past Biodiversity with the divDyn R Package

Post provided by ÁDÁM T. KOCSIS To find out about changes in ancient ecosystems we need to analyse fossil databases that register the taxonomy and str...
25-04-2019 03:22

When Standards Go Wild: Software Review for a Manuscript

Post provided by STEFANIE BUTLAND, NICK GOLDING, CHRIS GRIEVES, HUGO GRUSON, THOMAS WHITE, HAO YE This post is published on the rOpenSci and Methods i...
25-04-2019 03:22

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ORIGINAL REPORTING: Waiting For The Million-Dollar Compromise In Arizona

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Absorption of sunscreen active ingredients into bloodstream

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends that active ingredients in sunscreen absorbed into the bloodstream above a certain level undergo toxicology testing. Researchers from the FDA conducted this small randomized clinical trial of 24... -
California sets rules for cutting power to prevent wildfires

California sets rules for cutting power to pr...

California Public Utilities Commission gave the green light allowing utilities to de-energize power lines to possibly hundreds of thousands of customers to avoid catastrophic wildfiresPhoto credit: KOLOSACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) ?California... -
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